Following Ilievski’s resignation, Vardar’s management have once again named Milevski as manager.
Blagoja Milevski will once again lead Vardar. He was the manager until the end of the first half-season, when Vardar finished on first place with 3 points ahead of Horizont Turnovo and only 2 defeats. During the winter break, Nikola Ilievski was named as Vardar manager, an experiment that proved to be wrong for the team, as Vardar is now on the third place, lagging one point behind Metalurg and Horizont Turnovo.
Milevski has 8 rounds to turn things around for Vardar and get the first place on the table. His first challenge is the first leg of the semi-final of the Macedonian Cup, tomorrow against Shkendija in Tetovo.